Marianjoy Library

Citing Sources

Below are links to Websites with examples of citations that are most commonly used. Examples in both APA and MLA style formats are available. The style is usually determined by the discipline in which you are working or publication.



NoodleBIB--MLA & APA Bibliography Composer
NoodleBib is an interactive online bibliography generator which helps create correctly-formatted bibliographies in either MLA or APA style for a any kind of sources to be cited-- print or online. You must "Create a New Folder" when you use NoodleBIB for the first time.  Choose a style, select the type of item you're citing, and then fill in the online form. Make sure to fill in all the fields for your source and your bibliography will be formatted for you. You can save your bibliography on the NoodleBib site to come back and work on it later (that's why it prompts you to create a personal login), or you can email it to yourself to edit in a word processor and print from there. You can also print it directly from the NoodleBib site.

APA STYLE Reference Formats 

Lydia M. Olson Library

Citing Medicine: The NLM Style Guide for Authors, Editors, and Publishers

National Library of Medicine, 2nd Edition, 2007


Citing Sources 

Duke University Libraries

Citing Sources: APA & MLA Styles

College of DuPage Library

Purdue OWL (Online Writing Lab)

Purdue University

Annotated Bibliographies


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